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Alhaithloul, H. A. S., A. M. Abu-Elsaoud, and M. H. Soliman, "Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crop Plants: Role of Phytohormones", Abiotic Stress in Plants: IntechOpen, 2020. Abstract
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Talaat, N. B., "Abiotic Stresses-Induced Physiological Alteration in Wheat", Wheat Production in Changing Environments.Responses, Adaptation and Tolerance: Springer, 2019.
Kassem, L., K. S. Shohdy, and O. Abdel-Rahman, "Abiraterone acetate/androgen deprivation therapy combination versus docetaxel/androgen deprivation therapy combination in advanced hormone-sensitive prostate cancer: a network meta-analysis on safety and efficacy", Current Medical Research and Opinion, vol. 34, issue 5: Taylor & Francis, pp. 903 - 910, 2018/05//. AbstractWebsite
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Elnahass, Y. H., H. K. Mahmoud, F. T. Ali, M. R. Mohamed, M. M. Said, M. A. M. Samra, M. A. M. Ali, A. Salem, and W. H. ElMetnawy, "Abl Kinase Domain Mutations in Imatinib-treated Egyptian Patients with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia", Journal of Leukemia, vol. 1, issue 1, pp. 1-7, 2013. 9508-jlu-1-106_abl_kinase_domain.pdf
Elnahass, Y. H., H. K. Mahmoud, F. T. Ali, M. R. MOHAMED, M. M. Said, M. A. Samra, M. A. Ali, A. Salem, and W. H. Elmetnawy, "Abl Kinase Domain Mutations in Imatinib-treated Egyptian Patients with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia", Journal of Leukemia, vol. 1, issue 1, 2013.
Thomas J Vogl, Parvis Farshid, N. N. S. Z. B. B. N., and M. B. N. - E. N. - E. 1 A. Jijo Paul, Emannuel C. Mbalisike, "Ablation therapy of hepatocellular carcinoma: a comparative study between radiofrequency and microwave ablation", Abdominal Imaging, vol. 40, issue January, pp. 1829-1837, 2015. ablation_therapy_of_hepatocellular_carcinoma_a_comparative_study_between_radiofrequency_and_microwave_ablation.pdf
Nour-Eldin, N. - E. A., S. Exner, M. Al-Subhi, N. N. N. Naguib, B. Kaltenbach, A. Roman, and T. J. Vogl, "Ablation therapy of non-colorectal cancer lung metastases: retrospective analysis of tumour response post-laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy (LITT), radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and microwave ablation (MWA).", International journal of hyperthermia : the official journal of European Society for Hyperthermic Oncology, North American Hyperthermia Group, vol. 33, issue 7, pp. 820-829, 2017 11. Abstract

PURPOSE: To retrospectively compare the local tumour response and survival rates in patients with non-colorectal cancer lung metastases post-ablation therapy using laser-induced thermotherapy (LITT), radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and microwave ablation (MWA).

MATERIAL AND METHODS: Retrospective analysis of 175 computed tomography (CT)-guided ablation sessions performed on 109 patients (43 males and 66 females, mean age: 56.6 years). Seventeen patients with 22 lesions underwent LITT treatment (tumour size: 1.2-4.8 cm), 29 patients with 49 lesions underwent RFA (tumour size: 0.8-4.5 cm) and 63 patients with 104 lesions underwent MWA treatment (tumour size: 0.6-5 cm). CT scans were performed 24-h post-therapy and on follow-up at 3, 6, 12, 18 and 24 months.

RESULTS: The overall-survival rates at 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-year were 93.8, 56.3, 50.0 and 31.3% for patients treated with LITT; 81.5, 50.0, 45.5 and 24.2% for patients treated with RFA and 97.6, 79.9, 62.3 and 45.4% for patients treated with MWA, respectively. The mean survival time was 34.14 months for MWA, 34.79 months for RFA and 35.32 months for LITT. In paired comparison, a significant difference could be detected between MWA versus RFA (p = 0.032). The progression-free survival showed a median of 23.49 ± 0.62 months for MWA,19.88 ± 2.17 months for LITT and 16.66 ± 0.66 months for RFA (p = 0.048). The lowest recurrence rate was detected in lesions ablated with MWA (7.7%; 8 of 104 lesions) followed by RFA (20.4%; 10 of 49 lesions) and LITT (27.3%; 6 of 22 lesions) p value of 0.012. Pneumothorax was detected in 22.16% of MWA ablations, 22.73% of LITT ablations and 14.23% of RFA ablations.

CONCLUSION: LITT, RFA and MWA may provide an effective therapeutic option for non-colorectal cancer lung metastases with an advantage for MWA regarding local tumour control and progression-free survival rate.

Elrasad Sh, Abdelkareem M, A. R, and E. Sh, "Ablation with Low-Dose versus High-Dose Radioiodine in differentiated Thyroid Cancer.", Europian Association of Nuclear Medicine Congress 2014, Sweden, Gothenberg, Oct. 2014. eanm_2014.docx
El-Zawahry, B. M., R. M. Sobhi, D. A. Bassiouny, and S. A. Tabak, "Ablative CO2 fractional resurfacing in treatment of thermal burn scars: an open-label controlled clinical and histopathological study", Journal of cosmetic dermatology, vol. 14, no. 4: Wiley Online Library, pp. 324–331, 2015. Abstract
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Hallerstrom, M., C. B. von Stempel, A. Raheem, and M. Walkden, "Abnormal deep dorsal vein resulting in veno-occlusive erectile dysfunction.", BMJ case reports, vol. 2018, 2018. Abstract

A 59-year-old man with a 6-year history of erectile dysfunction presented to the andrology outpatient clinic. Multimodality assessment with ultrasound, MRI venography and fluoroscopic venography demonstrated an aberrant emissary vein arising from the corporal bodies causing venogenic erectile dysfunction. Selective coil embolisation of the collateral vein resulted in an almost immediate and sustained improvement in his erections.

Abou-El-Sood, H., and D. El-Sayed, "Abnormal disclosure tone, earnings management and earnings quality", Journal of Applied Accounting Research, vol. 23, issue 2, pp. 402-433, 2022.
Hafez, M., I. Youssry, F. A. El-Hamed, and A. Ibrahim, "Abnormal glucose tolerance in $\beta$-thalassemia: assessment of risk factors", Hemoglobin, vol. 33, no. 2: Informa UK Ltd UK, pp. 101–108, 2009. Abstract
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Hafez, M., I. Y. Ibrahim, F. A. El-Hamed, and A. Ibrahim, "Abnormal Glucose Tolerance in β-Thalassemia: Assessment of Risk Factors ", THE DIABETES POSTGRADUATE COURSE ORGANIZED BY THE ARAB SOCIETY FOR PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINOLOGY AND DIABETES (ASPED-ISPAD)( 3 DAYS COURSE ) , Abu Dhabi–UAE, 12 June, 2015. amany_ibrahim_research_project.pdf
Hafez, M., I. Youssry, F. A. El-Hamed, and A. Ibrahim, "Abnormal Glucose Tolerance in β-Thalassemia: Assessment of Risk Factors", Hemoglobin, vol. 33, issue 2, pp. 101-8, 2009.
Al-Mohaya, S., M. Naguib, M. Abdelatif, and H. Farag, "Abnormal response to muscle relaxants in a patient with primary hyperparathyroidism", Anesthesiology, vol. 65, issue 5, pp. 554-556, 1986.
Ibrahim, I. A., Y. K. Ramadan, E. A. Hassan, and A. H. Eissa, "Abnormalities in Thyroid Function and Morphology in Chronic Hemodialysis Patients", Med. J. Cairo Univ, vol. 84, no. 1: Cairo University, pp. 143–148, 2016. Abstract
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El-Maasarawy, S. A. S., S. M. Abdel-Baki, and R. A. K. Salama, "Abnormalities of larval haemocytes of Corcyra cephalonica Staint. after exposure of egg to gamma irradiation.", Bull. Ent. Soc. Egypté,, vol. 73, pp. 107–119, 1995. Abstract
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A., A., M. M., and A. S., "Abnormalities of Midline Structures in Schizophrenic Patients: Relation to Symptomatology and Cognitive Functions", Egyptian Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 24, pp. 1-12, 2005.
Essawy, F., H. Sadek, S. Abdelaty, M. Zahran, B. Madkour, K. Mashhour, A. Ismail, and D. Amin, "ABO blood group genotypes and risk of hepatocellular carcinoma in a cohort of Egyptian patients", Gene Reports, vol. 21, pp. 100760, 2020. AbstractWebsite

Background Genetic profiles of ABO blood group system was reported to have clinical importance in predisposition to certain malignancies. This study was attempted to investigate any possible association between ABO genotypes and the risk of developing hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and to determine the major ABO allele's frequencies in a cohort of Egyptian population. Subjects and methods One hundred patients (HCC group) and 100 healthy subjects (control group) were enrolled in this study. ABO Genotyping was done using Real-time PCR-melting curve analysis. Results Egyptians with BO genotype were 3.38 times more likely to develop HCC. This association was gender related and noted in hepatitis-free HCC cases. In elderly subjects HCC risk increased not only with BO genotype but also with AO and AB genotypes. In the healthy Egyptian sample, frequencies of the three major alleles (A, B and O) were 0.2917, 0.2083 and 0.5000 respectively. Frequencies of sub-alleles (A1, A2, B, O1 and O2) were 0.2500, 0.0417, 0.2083, 0.2917 and 0.2083 respectively. Serological and genotyping results showed a concordance rate of 97.9%. Conclusion BO genotype is associated with a higher risk for HCC in Egyptians independent of the established HCC risk factors. Egyptian ABO allele frequencies are closely linked to Iranian and Palestinian populations.

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